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Camille Grammer increases security: ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ news

Camille Grammer
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Camille Grammer is adding extra security because her ex-boyfriend is not following a restraining order against him. Radar Online reports on Monday that the former reality star is scared after Dimitri Charalambopuolos tried to get inside her home without permission. Grammer has allegedly been focusing on returning to the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” next season, and her latest problem reveals she will bring new drama.

Grammer received a restraining order from Charalambopuolos after she accused him of beating her and threatening her. The order is for three years, and the ex-boyfriend must avoid Grammer and her children. Before the latest incident, Charalambopuolos managed to avoid the media spotlight or attracting the housewife’s attention.

Charalambopuolos is accused of trying to get inside Grammer’s home with another woman by claiming he had an appointment with her. Although a security guard did not let them enter the house, the ex-boyfriend was able to drive away without being arrested. Grammer has responded by going into hiding, avoiding her house and increasing security.

The housewife has allegedly been trying to return to the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” and has been bonding with Kyle Richards, but Bravo has not confirmed the possibility. However, it seems her personal life is taking a new turn as she adds more bodyguards and fears for her safety. Grammer does not know the current location of either Charalambopuolos or the woman in his car, so this has forced her to stay away from her own home.

Grammer considers it fortunate that she was not home at the time her ex-boyfriend decided to violate his restraining order. However, she plans to pursue legal action and has already filed a police report. Charalambopuolos may end up paying a fine or spending time in jail for showing up at the housewife’s home.

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